Wireless video is practically necessary on sets today; Amimon is the company that makes the technology that drives almost everything you use.
If you use Teradek, you use Amimon boards. If you use the wireless video built into the ARRI Alexa, you are using Amimon wireless. Zero latency video, where wired and wireless video stays in perfect timecode sync with each other, is dominated by Amimon. Right now the company is mostly focused on 1080 video since that is the largest section of on-set video, but at NAB this year it was showing off 4K wireless capability. In addition, Amimon are going to start promoting a list on their website of federally approved uses of its wireless technology, in response to some competitors working with counterfeit software and knock-off boards. If you want to be sure you're compliant with FCC law, and working with the best, check out our video on Amimon.
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